“Bad terminology is the enemy of good thinking.” – Warren Buffett To solve a problem, we must identify its underlying cause. Flawed framing of the challenge can result in dire consequences. Think about the framing blunder that led to the collapse of General Motors. In the 1980s GM had captured over 50% of the North American auto market and seemed unassailable. Complacency set in and product quality slipped. Toyota and...Read the full article
Former CEO of international companies
Columbia Business School professor
Consultant to global organizations for creating winning strategies.
Creator of the Strategic Learning Process.
Author of the book, Strategic Learning